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Presidential Race Heats Up After Super Tuesday

Justyn Martinko, Journalist

March 2, 2016

Filed under News

For the remaining presidential candidates in the race for the White House, Super Tuesday was a big step closer to the Oval Office. Tuesday was a day where 11 states held their primary elections. the Candidates on both sides where...

El Chapo Captured

Alyssa LaTray, Journalist

January 13, 2016

Filed under News, Uncategorized

Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, one of the most wanted people in both America and Mexico, was captured by Mexican authorities on January 8th. The capture was not without incident. A shootout left five Sinaloa cartel members dead...

“No Child Left Behind” Officially Left Behind as Senate Votes to Replace

Alyssa LaTray, Journalist

December 10, 2015

Filed under News, Uncategorized, World News

The No Child Left Behind is now being replaced by the Every Student Succeeds Act.  The Senate voted Wednesday to replace NCLB.  President Barack Obama will sign the bill on Thursday. According to a White House fact sheet, the...

Lt. Governor accepts new position

Paige Vigus, Journalist

December 1, 2015

Filed under Community News, Uncategorized

Governor Steve Bullock announced that Lt. Governor Angela McLean will be leaving her position to become the director of American Indian and Minority Achievement and K-12 Partnerships at the Office of Commissioner of Higher Education....

ISIS Attacks Paris

November 17, 2015

Filed under News, Uncategorized, World News

Paris was attacked Friday, and ISIS has claimed credit for the attacks. French police have determined three teams of killers carried out the coordinated suicide mission across Paris that killed 129 people and wounded 352 more....

Biden not running in presidential race 2016

Gabby Tehle, Journalist

October 27, 2015

Filed under News

Vice President Joe Biden, 72, announced October 21 that he will not be entering the 2016 Presidential race. One of Biden's reasons for not entering the race was that he did not have enough time to get a winning campaign for the...

CA student wins eagle feather battle

June 3, 2015

Filed under News, Uncategorized

Christian Titman, a member of the Pit River Tribe and a high school senior in California, sued his school district this year because they refused to let him wear an eagle feather to his high school graduation. The court asked...

Supreme Court to decide landmark gay marriage case

May 14, 2015

Filed under Community News, News

The United States Supreme Court is currently hearing a landmark case regarding state bans on gay marriages. While their decision isn't expected until June, the outcome could expand gay rights. Gay marriages are legal in Montana,...

Nepal Earthquake

May 1, 2015

Filed under Community News

A massive 7.8 earthquake in Nepal shattered hundreds and thousands of people's lives. Homes and buildings were reduced to wreckage by the worse earthquake to hit the district in 80 years. The survivors of  this terrific earthquake...

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